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Here is an interesting video on the speed of information growth, the size of the world in human terms and some information that should challenge our “America is superior” tendencies…

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  1. Wow! That was amazing! Having just returned from India, I have a much better perspective on these issues.

    Have you read “The World is Flat”? If not, I highly recommend it.

  2. What it means is that Hype Happens whether it’s true or not.

    Did you know . . . that over 60% of the information presented on the Internet is totally false? That’s up from 40% last year. Which means by 2010, everything you read online will be false.

    Except that the future will STILL be unpredictable!

  3. lol, that’s funny as well as probably true. I have distant memories of reading Future Shock by Alvin Toffler, so you are right, the future is unpredictable. Nonetheless, some interesting things are happening. I am still amazed that I can access Calvin’s commentaries online.

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